Chicken Avocado Burritos

Written by Kayla. Posted in Blog.

Prep Time: 15 Minutes

Cook Time: 15 Minutes

Total Time: 30 Minutes

4 servings

Source: http://omgchocolatedesserts.com/chicken-avocado-burritos/

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of cooked and shredded chicken (or 2 chicken breasts, salt and pepper to taste, 1 tablespoon of mustard, and 1 tablespoon of olive oil)

  • 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese

  • 1 diced avocado

  • 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro

  • 4 large tortilla shells

  • 4 tablespoons of sour cream

  • 1 tablespoon oil

Directions

  1. Heat 1-tablespoon olive oil in a frying pan, place chicken breast sprinkled with salt and pepper and roast for about 5 minutes on each side. Spread 1-tablespoon mustard over the chicken, add about ¼ cup water

  2. Cook covered for a few more minutes.

  3. Cut cooked chicken into thin strips

  4. Mix the chicken, cheese, cilantro, and the diced avocados

  5. Spread 1-tablespoon sour cream on each tortilla, add ¼ of the mixture from a roll

  6. Heat 1-tablespoon oil into a pan and place all four tortillas on the pan, cook for 2 minutes on medium-high heat. Flip on the other side and cook for another few minutes or until the tortillas are golden

  7. Serve warm

Wildtree

Written by Kacy. Posted in Blog.

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Wildtree Freezer Meal Workshops are fun and easy.  If you are interested in getting a group of friends together and leaving with 10-20 meals ready for your family let me know!

Reinventing My Image

Written by Kacy. Posted in Blog.

The downfall of being married and not living with your sister/best friend is you don't have someone (you truly trust) to tell you how you really look. Example: Does this outfit look good or stupid?

The only downfall to having a new baby is you are slightly sleep deprived and your clothes might not fit the same way they did pre-baby. (The GOOD far outweigh the not-so-good.)

I talk a lot about respecting your body when discussing aspects of Intuitive Eating. It is something I would venture to say most of us struggle with at times and hopefully we are all striving to do better at giving respect/love to our bodies. These last few weeks I have been trying to appreciate my body how it is NOW.

I sent a picture of myself via text to Stacy with the caption, "I'm having to be creative with outfit choices lol." I wanted validation that I did not look ridiculous. I was wearing a longer, loose around the middle floral top, skinny jeans, and high brown boots.

It hit me, with the help of Stacy's positive comments, that I have a new style. One I had actually envied when others wore it and thought I could never pull it off.

So, I encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and try something a little different. I did! I put on a piece of clothing that wasn't tight around my mid-section because that is what I am insecure about at the moment and threw in some other elements of current trends (high boots and skinny jeans) and felt more CONFIDENT. Because of my new confidence, I feel good about myself and can continue to accomplish great things and not waste time on negative self-talk. Your girls at Cluxton Consulting are trying to continue to be real and motivating and by no means "perfect." Join with us and take a step outside your comfort zone-possibilities are endless and we only hope you can gain confidence along the way!!

A "Not-So" Resolution

Written by Kayla Petersen. Posted in Blog.

             Of course this is the time when everyone is getting all excited to make those big “New Years Resolutions”. They may feel after a long year that they can take on the world and find ways to maybe “fix” issues that either involves themselves or their surroundings. Now, I’m all for taking time to reflect on issues where I could use some improvement, but I also think it’s healthy to acknowledge all the positive areas of my life in the past year too. To think, what if everyone spent this New Year not criticizing themselves, but celebrating the person they have grown to become. If you choose to live a healthy lifestyle because a calendar tells you to, the odds of you keeping strong to that choice is going to be pretty thin. However, if you celebrate the positives, and choose to make small goals throughout the year one step at a time, you are less likely to feel overwhelmed and fall into your old habits, and more likely to succeed and find happiness in all of the small achievements. By the end of the year, you won’t feel the weight of regret, but the excitement of who you have become and who you are today and always.